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Originally posted by sled735. As it got into the doorway, there's this huge massive black thing. I called on my faith, made a big sign of the cross, and said, "In the name of Jesus Christ, I demand you to leave and come back where you came from." You can only do that with faith.
Originally posted by StumpDrummer
I not saying I believed in UFO's until I saw one...And I didn't believe in ghost till I saw one of those too
Originally posted by Raxoxane
reply to post by sled735
I used to watch a very good but sometimes spine-chilling paranormal show called "A Haunting" which used to be on TV in my country,REALLY creepy,and that's where I came to know of Ed+Lorraine.So yeah,if a certain house(or case) unnerves her,that would be unusual,they are very steadfast Christians+seem to be rather stoical people.Interesting thread,thanks for sharing.
that is what i noticed about the shootings on the documentry i saw nobody moved and it was a quiet evening no wind etc but the dude that looked like boss hog in the dukes of hazzard was lying that much i could make out but it has made nearly a billion dollars for hollywood good catch wabbit
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
I think the house definitely had been haunted or had something there. No idea what or why it isn't now as the current owners seem to insist there is nothing wrong at this point.
The current remake of the original Amityville Horror includes special features that are worth renting the movie for by themselves. I didn't care for the remake and the book beat the original movie but the interviews from the people who actually worked the crime scene of the DeFeo shootings has left me with a profoundly unsettled feeling. It came across in their telling and that's not real easy for a Medical examiner to manage. However, it was far more the details. He shot 6 people with a lever action rifle in different rooms .... different rooms .... and positions/shots indicate they didn't wake up, let alone resist in any way. Some in the same room and DeFeo couldn't be shooting two people at the same moment.
A lever action (.35 caliber?) rifle, for those not familiar with them, is a utility rifle out of the Old West. It's absolutely painful on the hearing in the open air in a way that something like a handgun simply can't be. Yet...not one awoke as they determined.
Something was very very wrong with that crime and perhaps whatever that wrong was faded with time or moved on. One of the two. It's one of the few I think was essentially legit in the original story though.
Originally posted by Baddogma
reply to post by sled735
ot that good ghost stories aren't fun, just that it should be understood they are just stories and the "real thing" is usually less dramatic... usually.
In "The Conjuring," directed by James Wan ("Saw," "Insidious"), Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga play Ed and Lorraine Warren, who set up an investigation in the Perrons' isolated farmhouse to find definitive proof of the inexplicable and frightening events that are endangering the Perron family. Unfortunately for everyone involved, they find that proof.
"You need proof. That's what you have to have. You can't tell ghost stories," Lorraine Warren told us. While "The Conjuring" may be more ghost story than proof, it's still enough to make you crouch in your seat, scream at the screen, and hide behind your companion.
Originally posted by LadyofGlass
Ha I agree wholeheartedly. I love a good ghost story but consider myself an atheist. I think there is definitely some phenomenon in regard to "ghosts" or whatever it is that people experience but I have never experienced it myself so who knows. When people start going into bible chants I always just think the same thing that perhaps it provides them with a placebo effect to help them not have a rectal malfunction.